Daniele Garella was born in Florence, Italy (1961), where he received a Diploma in Composition and Choral Conducting and in Harmony Counterpoint and Fugue from the Conservatory L. Cherubini. His compositions have been performed under the organisation of the City Council of Florence, the Region of Tuscany, the Ministry of Publish Entertainment, the Cherubini Conservatoire, r.a.i. (Italian radio and television broadcasting), and various other European radio and television stations. From 1996 to 2005 Daniele collaborated with the record company Oreade Music (Nl), with whom he composed three different compact disks: Healing River (1996), The Healing Source (1997), Healing Music (1999), each of which contain 14 compositions performed by musicians from the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Teatro alla Scala orchestras. Together with other artists, including Alan Parson Project, Vangelis, Era, Enigma, Andreas Vollenweider, Youssou N’Dour, Kitaro, Noa, Carreras, Pavarotti, Celine Dion, he participated in the creation of 61 Cd compilations, which were well received all over the world. Apart from Oreade Music, his work can also be found on Cds from the following music publishers: bmg-Sony International, Universal International, Arts (Germany), Azul Music (Brasil), Double Pro Music (Italy), New Sounds (Italy), San Pablo Media (Spain), Ozella Music (Germany), Macro Edizioni (Italia), Vivat (England), Fenice (Italy) with whom he composed 3 Cds: Alquimia (2007) Logos (2007), Aleph (2009). With Tosca (Italy) he composed 3 additional Cds: Laudate Lux (2011), Le Jardin Féerique (2014), Heliopolis (2016). Daniele also has a degree in Modern Literature at Florence University where he taught Poetic Literature and History of the Musical Theatre at the Conservatoire P. Mascagni in Leghorn from 1993 to 2013. He has collaborated with numerous Italian publishing houses as a writer and artistic adviser, and he has received nominations and prizes in a number of important literary competitions. Daniele Garella is also the Art director of Musica in Villa, a Festival of music, dance, and theatre, held around the area of Florence in a number of historical Villas. The City Council of Florence has organized many concerts entirely devoted to his music in some of the most important historical sites of Florence (for example the Basilica di San Miniato al Monte, the museum Michelangelo Buonarroti, the museum Marino Marini, the Church Santa Maria Novella, the Church Badia Fiorentina, the Square Santissima Annunziata, and the Park of Villa Strozzi).